New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone got thrown out of yet another game Wednesday night, and once again he got his money’s worth after being tossed.
Boone, who is now tied with Reds manager David Bell for the most ejections this season with seven, yelled at home plate umpire Lance Barrett over balls and strikes in just the second inning of the Blue Jays-Yankees game.
Barrett didn’t want to hear any of it and quickly threw Boone out of the game. Boone then made his way out onto the field and used some bad words to chew out Barrett over his generous strike zone.
Check this out (obvious warning: there are some bad words in this video):
The Yankees' disappointing season will come to an end in a few weeks. We’ll have to wait and see if Boone’s time with the team ends then, too.